Things tend to take a while to get to our end of town.
- I don’t know if that’s so much a socioeconomic thing or just the way it turns out.
Either way, I’m so cheerful that we have been able to welcome a new marijuana business to our business community. Our end of neighborhood is in the midst of some revitalization and I for one have been all in. I grew up in this part of the neighborhood and came back to invest in these people and our community. I have a small business that caters to all walks of life and I feel certainly affixed to both the people and the business community here. It’s odd compared to some of the other places in our town and I’m glad about that. We are a diverse bunch with the same needs and wants as someplace else in our city. But I feel it’s this feeling of community that runs the deepest for all of us. So when the local cannabis spot opened its doors, I was one of the first in line. While I’m not big on recreational marijuana, I care about some sativa strains from time to time. No, the reason I was in line that day with all those who have an absolute passion for cannabis was to welcome them. As a member of the local business community, I wanted to be sure that they knew they had our support. The owners of this marijuana business were so gracious and content that I offered them this outreach and support. It’s good adding a local cannabis spot to this community. And I have to say it’s good to not have to drive across the neighborhood for a few cannabis edibles anymore.